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Description: "Members of the Wilz & Hren families join us at American Legion Post 347 in Lomira, WI."
Description: "The Lomira Legion building is framed in the arch of the Highway 67 overhead."
Description: "The tornado destroyed the Martin & Marcella Enderle home."
Description: Beck Motors' Antique 1917 Dodge Roadster leads the Lomira High School Band.
Description: "George Bush Campaign Train visits Lomira."
Description: Lomira High School Marching Band.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: The manuscript notation "Lomira Salems Chuch built 1856-59 of Lomira Brick" is ambiguous. Salem may refer to a person, or perhaps the town of Salem in Keno...
Description: "In 1974, Lomira had a tornado that damaged St. John's Church."
Description: "Waiting for George Bush Campaign Train."
Description: "(Note all eights) After having hip replacement surgery, Shirley Widmer is shown with her little friend Ginger, at Hope Health and Rehab, 475 Grove Street...
Description: "As the Bush campaign train rolled through Lomira around 12:45, onlookers hoping to catch a glimpse of President Bush had to settle for waves from Barbara...
Description: The Lomira Girls Basketball Team is on their way to the WIAA State Tournament in Madison.
Description: "Heavy-duty moving equipment from Michels Pipeline of Brownsville helped to move derailed cars back onto the tracks. Within 27 hours, all cars were righted...
Description: "Hundreds of onlookers crowded around the Wisconsin Central Railroad tracks in downtown Lomira eagerly waiting for the George Bush 'Spirit of America' camp...
Description: Ebenezer Methodist Church on Butternut Road was the scene of the Leudtke/Leichtle wedding.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Main Street.
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